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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 190 L CURES A COUGH „IH ONE DAY.. . HYOMEI _^^|k YOU JUST •!Jn BREATHEIT ■' EVERY HODR, Coughs, Catarrh, Bronchitis and Con- Eumption cannot exist where it is used. I All drugglsta or sent by mall. Complete Out fits 91.00. Trial Outfits 26c. CD EC I Five Days' Treatment CD EC f mCC ■ and Medical Advice. rtICC i The H. T. Booth Co., Ithaca, X. Y. Feeling run down and generally out of sorts? Now don't you need a tonic? Blatz Malt- Vivine is a highly concentrated malt extract posses sing elements that make strength, blood and bone. Try it, but be sure you get Blatz Malt-Vivine. It's non intoxicant. Val. Blatz Brewing Co., Milwau kee. All Druggists. Minneapolis Branch: f 1818 SIXTH ITXHT SOUTH. Xtlepboa*. Main 206. ; Are you a weaK Man ? -rtgj^ Are you working every (ffli^BU day under the burden 1 M\ of a secret weakness ? / _ w Are you experiencing mM jpEpt loss of physical and sex (7 v •*/ ua* vigor? Are you fail . 'JftCl *f Ing, but *.'£; : y&Jt&...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

r:. •' &J BOG SAVES A LIFE faithful Malamoot Encouraged Mrs. Fox to Live. HUSBAND WAS DEAD IN THE SNOW Story of Exposure and Starvation In Alaskan Wilds—Thirteen Days of Tort are. »mw York Sun Soaotml S»rvlc; Seattle, Wash., Feb. 23.—The death of Matthew Fox, formerly United States bugler at Sitka, in the snow near Rodman bay and the saving of his wife's lite by a faithful Malamoot dog, seems like a chap ter from a novel rather than an incident in real life. In the middle of January, being short of food, Fox and his wife started for the warehouse of the Rodman Bay syndicate, several miles distant. They did not rea lize that they had to break their trail through soft snow .seven feet deep. Be fore they had gone iar, Fox broke through the ice in crossing a stream and was wet to the knees. He still pushed on. Scarce ly two miles had been made before night came on. They turned back almost ex hausted. Fox sent his wife ahead to pre pare a hot drink for him. He told her he would drag ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

,► SATTTODXY EVENTKTG. FEBETTAKT 23, 1901. In Social Circles Zuhrah. Ladies gave a large reception and ball last evening in Masonic Temple to cele brate Washington's birthday iv accordance with their annual custom. The decorattoii6 were very beautiful and were patriotic in character. Flags and bunting draped the stage and festooned the balcony. Above the center of the stage was the golden crescent, the emblem of the society, and a picture of Washington hung from the balcony. The ball was brilliantly lighted with electric lights. Tall palms screened the orchestra, which played a program of sixteen numbers. The guests were received by the presideut of the Zuhrah Ladies, Mrs. W. A. Merriam, Mmes. H. M. Myers, Lucius Frlnk, J. A. Flaoner, H F. Fankhauser, H. C. llauke and P. 11. Kennedy. The grand march was led by Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fankhauser and about 300 couples participated in the pretty figures. The dance cards were medallions with pictures of Washington in gold frames. Assisting t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

% CITY NEWS Jnit a Few—Thursday a small board ing-house at 611 Eighth avenue N was quar antined on account of smallpox, and this, morning the health department was called upon to supply some provisions. The list staggered every member of the health de partment, from captain to powder monkey, and will doubtless worry the taxpayers when they read it. Here is what the landlady de mands "at the city a expense": One dollar s worth of sugar, ten pounds of butter, one barrel of apples, one pound of lard, one pall of rapsberry jelly, one pound of tea, threa pounds of prunes, 2V» pounds of pears, six cans of apples, six quarts of cranberries, four pounds of cheese, three pounds of loaf sugar, one box of soda, one box of baking powder, five dozen eggs, twenty-flve doaeu bananas, ten pounds of cookies, one peck of carrots, one peck rutabagas, three heads of cabbage, twenty-flve pounds of flour and half • ton of coal. Will they get it? See The Journal to-morrow, after Dr. Hall haa recovered fro...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

SATUKDAY EVENING, FEBKUAKY 23, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST SO: MIXXEXPOLW. MIVX. | Capital:;.-... : JI. $500,000.00 - Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2% asa Allowed on v Ola, On Deposits. MfcjHS.. Legal Depository Qj-Qfj °" .. for Court and O2^° ? e X h .te Trust Fund 5........;•' INVESTMENTS— First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts care fully administered. J4AJFETY I>CP«(<iIT VAIITi INSIDE TRACKAGE. CHOICEST IN CITY Northwest corner Lyndale and Lin den, avenues, on south side M. & St. L. tracks; between two street car lines; handy for employes; also con venient to ; business district. Sewer and water in and paid for. Low taxes and switching charges; area 54,000 square feet. Will sell for nearly half of price asked for other no more de sirable trackage now in the market. Address, after March 10, the owner, F. G. James, 714 Guaranty Loan build ing. |s2O Syndicate Arcade| LENOX 1 #ffi iffll AND Yr;:i/7T,i^ STEIRLY|<EIiSwI| WALT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

B These Ads Areas Full of Bargains as an Egg Is Full of Meat MORGAN DOESN'T WANT IT Story Of His Ua.viiiH Grout Western Stock* Is Denied. New York, Feb. —Ther eport that J. Pierpont Morgan" Is buying «; Chicago- Great Western railroad stocks is entirely discredited. People connected with the Great Western talk freely,', saying; that there are no indications of any such deal. The report Is regarded as a chestnut. A leading 1 independent . authority says there ie pot an atom of truth in the report. • Mr. ' Stickney has gone south for a short pleasure trip.' The vice president, Mr. Oppen&eim, •is in England. There is no executive officer here. Th company haa.estblished its own office in Nassau street, aparentry intent on going it alone. The recent market transactions in Great Western common stock show no gignu of a change of control or of any community Interest alliance. __ NUMBER 1 AGENTS WANTED feEAD BRAHAM'S HONEST STRAlGHT forward offer, in agent' 6 column and write to them. ' ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 23, 1901. NUMBER 3»—Continued. CANCER CURED AT HOME BY .INTERNAL treatment: no knife, plaster or pain. Book and testimonials mailed free. Cancer In stitute, 121 W 42d st. New York. LADIES—ARE YOU AWARE ~f HAT: IN France more women use a monthly regulator than the women of all other nations com bined? Dr. Le Rue's French Regulator Is used everywhere; thoroughly reliable; abso lutely safe; price $1. Riggs Pharmacal Co., American agents, Lincoln, Neb. LADIES—I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MY Extract of Cacti to relieve the longest and most obstinate case of delayed monthly peri ods without pain In five days; price $1.50. Dr. N. Perkins. Husted bldg., Kansas City. Kan. LADIES—THEY "NEVER FAIL; J APANOLA Regulator Tablets are safe and sure; trial treatment, 10c. Japo Medical Co., Mtlwau kte, Wls. a 1 >i HKit 41. MINNETONKA PROPERTY COTTAGES TO KENT, $50 TO $200; CjOT tages for sale, $750 to $l,S0O; also seven-room house, with cellar, wide porch, 20 maple shade trees...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

id MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE THAT PAROLE BILL Its Author Says It Has Been Mis understood. NOT FOR THE YOUNGERS AT ALL Life Prisoners Could Not Be Paroled . A« Soon An Under the Present Law. . The Deming parole bill, which permits the parole of life prisoner* from the state prison, has been commented on unfavor ably by many who think it framed with a Ylew to the release of the Youngers. P. C. Deming of Minneapolis, the author of the bill, says the bill is framed on general principles, and without regard to the Younger* or any one else in particular. The parole is optional with the board of managers, with consent of the governor, cX course. Said Mr. Deming: I do not think that my bill, if it becomes a law, -will tend to lengthen the average time served uuder life sentences. Seventy two life prisoners have been pardoned out of SttUwater in the last twenty-five years. Their average term of confinement was nine and a half y«ar». Under the law, a life prisoner, after twenty-one years" service...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

. — PART ' XX ■■: AJTD JO EN JUNIOR THE BOURSE AS A CENTER OF BUSINESS What Is Done in Philadelphia to Foster the City's Trade—How the Idea Might Be of Use Locally. Correspondence of The Journal. Philadelphia, Feb. 20.—Just about 500 years ago a number of merchants who "Were doing business in the ancient city of Bruges, in Belgium, gathered each day In an open space in front of the residence of One of the nobility, a man by the name of Van der Beurs, literally, "of the purses." The coat-of-arms of this noble house was composed of three purses, carved in the door above which they sat In conversation. They did not get to gether, however, to gaze on the trio of carvea purses, but to discuss ways and means of increasing the volume of their respective lines of trade. It had not been so very long before this that the scheme of issuing bills of ex change to facilitate business had been devised, and along with it entered into mediaeval business methods the custom of ordering goods by writte...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

2 Pulpitand Pew DEBT ALMOST GONE Windom Institute, Montevideo, Now Owes Only $1,400. SEMI-ANNUAL TRUSTEE MEETING The Present Is the Best Year in the School's History—ls7 Pupils. The semi-annual corporation meeting of the VVlndom (Congregational) institute at Montevideo, Minn., was held in Minneapo lis last Tuesday. Former Governor He -001, President Jones of the Minneapolis council, and Lieutenant Governor Lyndon A. Smith were present. The present is the moat successful year In the history of the Institute. There are 157 pupils in at tendance. Among other items of business was the formulation of a plan for adding a department of domestic culture to the curriculum of the school. Ii is expected that this department will be very useful in teaching students who come from the neighboring farms how to live comfort ably and decently. There was a recent gift made to the institution of $500 and all but $1,400 of the $6,000 debt has been secured. It is expected that the entire amount will be ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1901. Books and Authors THE LITERARY OUTLOOK AMONG THE NEW BOOKS—INTERESTING PUBLISHING FIGURES—THE "NE GLECTED ART OF WRITING" AND THE TEACHING OF IT. Correspondence of The Journal. I. -jtiW YORK, Feb. 21.—1t was to be expected that the success of "Eben Hold 1. w II en"* would induce the author to write another book of the same kind. |^ ill "D'rl and I" is the euphonious title of Mr. Bacheller's netx story. It will ap- H pe>ar serially during the spring and in book form next fall. The scene of l*^s^Jl the story is the north country, D'ri, an abbreviation of Darius, is a north counttry woodsman of rough exterior but good fiber and the "I" is presumably the hero of the tale, who will give glory to D'ri just as the first person hero of "Eben Holden" tells of Uncle Eb. Not bo pleasing is it, however, to note the republication of Maurice Thompson's "The King of Honey Island." This is too manifestly done to catch the popular approval of "Alice of Old Vin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, 1 MANAGER. • EDITOR. T HE JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday,. at 47-49 Fourth. Street South, Journal Uulidlutt, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Billaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. - v ■ : ': ? •-.-•■•••■ -NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. - , CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange - building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mail. > One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months .';'..' '•'..., 1-00 One copy, six months. 2.00 One copy, one year................ • • •"• 4-00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week.......... v ... 8 cents One copy, one m0nth..........'....85 cents Single copy ....;........ 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their ; papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and unt...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1901. WOMEN WHO BREAK THE LAWS Lenient Methods Give Them Opportunities for Reform—The Work house Receives Only Hardened Offenders and Those for Whom No Other Disposition Can Be Found. Except among those especially Interest ed, there is general ignorance as to local methods of dealing with women criminals and the provisions for their care. The indifference is almost as inpenetrable and ie chiefly responsible for the ignorance. In a general way the public knows that there are many women arrested, chiefly for drunkenness, vagrancy or crimes against morals, occasionally varied by crimes of violence. The central police station, to which all women prisoners are taken as soon as possible, is in an obscure place and ita menage could not be less known to the women of the community if elaborate ef forts had been made to conceal its where abouts and machinery. There is no such intention, however, and, while morbid curiosity always receives well deserved condemnat...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

6 NORMAN HOLT A Story of the Cival War by General Charles King. Norman Holt, favorite son of an old Ken " { tucky family, is reprimanded at West Point for duelling aii<i is withdrawn by his high spirited father. His home-coming in .the win ter of 1860 Is celebrated by an old-fashioned Kentucky Christmas gathering. Among the guests is }>aisy Lane, daughter of Dr. Holt's lawyer, arfd J. Burnett Malloy, both of Cin cinnati. The latter brings letters of introduc ' lion from Lane's partner, Mr. Maclntyre, and is courteously received, but arouses the Jeal ousy of Gorman Holt by his attentions to Daisy Lave. •" Malloy separates -Miss Lane from the main party during a fox hunt and at the Christmas ball the same evening affects an air of proprietorship distasteful to Daisy and ' obnoxious to Norman Holt. But all 111 feel- Ing is forgotten when at midnight all sur round Dr. Holt to drink the Christmas punch which ceremony Is interrupted by a midnight messenger, who announces the -danger...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1901 THEATERS. BILLS OF THE WEEK "Hearts of Oak," at the Met. ••A Bran Monkey," at the Bijou. "Butterfly Eitrnvanjtaea Co., at the J)ewe)V j.\ Beginning to-morrow night, "Hearts ot Oak," one of the most. successful plays that James A. Herne ever wrote, will hold the. stage at! "HEARTS the Metropolitan theater for a week's! OF OAK." engagement. "Hearts j of Oak" was writ ten by Mr. Herne a good many years ago. and was. the vehicle which he used to exploit himself, as a star. The play deals with plain people, as do most of Mr. Heine's works, and is said to be a true picture of- home' life in New England. ! .Mr. Herne believes that representation on the stage should be as near to real life as possible. Of course, there are certain limitations to this rule, and there must be some ideality, or the.play will fail to lie interesting. It is said that he has exemplified these theories in all of his plays, and particularly so in "Hearts of Oak." The story of "He...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

8 MAY WHEAT MADE AGAIN OF 3-8 c FOR THE DAY A Quiet Holiday Tone With Little Trade Doing,, but the Strong Side Out. CORN AND OATS WERE FEATURES ■' l«creu*o- iv Loral Stock.*— Cl«ajmiM»e» 316^000 Mu.-l«i-neral Mew* of Ibe Short Cteimioii. \ Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. Wheat! was strong over the short | ses sion to-day, holding above Thursday's clos , ing figure throughout. May opened at 74%0, and Bold to 74% c, where it settled into firm ness. Just before the end there was a slight ■ gain, the market closing at high point, 74% 74%0, Coming between two holidays the day was quiet with, no aggressiveness shown any where. Armour was said to be buying and thta Helped. Some speculative .attention has been diverted to ooarse grains. Corn was - active and strong, and May oats made a new ; high point on the crop, touching 25%@26c. In the wheat statistios the Argentine figures showed 1,032,000 bushels shipped for the week, against 880,000 last week, and 2,624,000 a year ago. Since Ja...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 23. 1901. Chaa. P. Preston. j as . J. Morrow. CHAS. P. PRESTON & CO. Fire Insurance, Heal Estate and Rentals. 311 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis. ■MICHIGAN : FIRE. AND MARINE INSUR ANCE COMPANY. Principal office. Detroit, Mich. David Whitney, Jr., President. F. H. Whitney, Secretary. Attorney to accept ser vice in Minnesota, Insurance Commissioner. Cash capital, $400,000. INCOME IN'I9OO. Premiums other than perpetuals ?253.122.09 Rents and interest 36.863.90 From all other sources 122.21 Total : income "........'. $320,108.20 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. Amount paid for losses $166,194.20 Dividend* and interest. 16,000.00 Commissions, brokerage, sala ries and allowances to agents. 86.9b5.55 Salaries of officers and employes 13,568.74 Taxes and fees' 15,210.05 AH other disbursements 6,502.27 Total disbursements $304,734.79 Excess "of Income over dis bursements 15,373.41 ASSETS DEC. 31. 1900. Value of real estate owned $59,105.14 Mortgage loans 522,965.00 Bonds ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

10 "THE" BUILDING IN THOSE DAYS A Bridge Square Office Building Which Was an Active Center in the Seventies—The City Hail. The busiest center in Minneapolis in the early seventies -was the locality known as Bridge Square and the avenues diverging from it as far as Fourth street. The big bridge crossing the river at that point was all day long a thorough fare and the shops and offices on the square und the avenues in the limited space mentioned were the main theater of the city's business transactions. Dry goods nouses were venturing farther up the ave;nues, but felt their way carefully, while other business firms kept reso lutely to the cross streets lower down. Sixth street was quite out of the active business district, while the locality about the little meeting house of the Friends' society, corner of Eighth and Henuepin, was grass-grown and suburban. Plymouth church, which was then building, was thought to be quite apart from any pres ent or future noise of city traffic, aud it ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

The Jourrved J\mior Hard to Decide Minneapolis Juniors Present GoodArgu» ments on Both Sides of the Question Under Discussion. j& & j& j& OME fishermen on the sea coast were about to draw in their net when a party of young men arrived on the scene and before the fishermen had touched tie net, made a bargain that tney should have the draft for a certain sum. The money was paid. When the net was drawn in, no fish were found in it but only a little metal box of ancient style. The fishermen claimed it as theirs because it was not iish. To whom do you consider it belonged? This topic was hard and called for considerable brain work, but it did the Juniors much good. They showed that they were clear headed and made good points in their arguments. The editor makes no decisions of any kind, either one way or the "Other, but she was glad to see so many take the side of the fisher men. It made them go deeper into the discussion and gave them keener insight into the facts and po...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

8 these around the marble tin I get the ball to its right size. Now I wrap string around the rags to keep them together while I put the cover on, which is made of string. The string I put on with a darning needle; this work almost resembles crocheting. It takes a long time to make such a ball, but when one finishes it he has one that will last for a long time. If any one thinks this ball is not strong make one for himself and try to knock it to pieces with a bat __G eorge Lundgren, Sixth Grade. Ortonville, Minn. One of Our Bread Makers. (High School Credit.) When I read over this topic and reread it, my mind was at sea; I might choose something to make, but what should I say about it - However, if a prize were to be awarded I should try making bread. Bread making . seems to be my greatest accom plishment in the culinary line. From the start my bread has always been praised and if "Practice makes perfect" then it surely ought to reach that limit»at some future time,/ for I cer tainly...

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